Rated 5 out of 5 by roman03 My new favorite
Needed a new jacket due to weight loss. Got to come to the store. Jacket is high quality and is perfect for cool days in Maine and most of the winter in western tennessee.
November 16, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Broadwing For Grandson
The day after I bought this he had to be a waterboy at a football game in the pouring rain. Stayed dry and warm.
November 8, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by BumbleBee1 Timberledge Windshell
Vibrant colors and smooth feel to the fabric. The sleeves are way too long for me. Thankfully the cuffs are adjustable. It may be alright for a tall guy, but I'm a short female. I just needed a windbreaker for our seasonal windstorms. I couldn't find any windbreakers for women. Why don't they make them for us petites?
October 30, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by COCyclist Timberledge Windshell
Very pleased with the jacket. Colors are as shown in the internet. Athletic fit for sure. Enough room in the shoulders but without the excess size at the waist. Sleeves are perfect length and not too long as one Reviewer commented. Jacket sits at waist as stated in the product details. This will be an awesome jacket for most days in Colorado. I normally wear a size Large and the Large fits perfectly. No need to go down a size as is the case with LL Bean flannel shirts which tend to be Full Cut versus Athletic. Well done to LL Bean peeps!!!
October 3, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by TowsonBob Good jacket for younger men
Good quality. Form fitting Jacket is not flattering to mature men who tend to be "heavy" in the mid section.
September 25, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by bobandroch Big Step Down From Previous Model
I own two of the previous model of this windbreaker bought about 2.5 years ago and LOVE them. These jackets are XL as I wanted them as an outside layer for travel and aerobic activities. I was excited when I discovered that a new model became available after none being available for quite a while. I purchased the blue and the black in a large for wearing over a shirt on moderate days. Much to my dismay the both jackets were VERY long in the arms, had no elastic around the cuffs and, perversely were quite tight in the chest area. I then ordered two extra large hoping to solve the tightness problem. These jackets were way too big in every way. I then exchanged my two large jackets for two replacements after talking to an L.L. Bean rep. and asking that they be hand pulled. The replacement jackets had the same problems as the original. The poor fit is really disappointing as the construction and the material of the jacket seemed to be an upgrade over the jackets I already own. Hopefully the fit issue will be addressed since I really like this jacket!
September 3, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by SEABEE09 Very Useful
I bought this wind breker to take on an Africian Safari trip and it was very useful. Worn everyday for two weeks. I would recommend to others.
July 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by SouthShoreGuy1 Lightweight and comfortable.
Great outdoor jacket. Spring and early fall uses.
July 3, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Middletown Perfect
Perfect piece for traveling or for just going to the store when a light layer is required. Great quality and good fit.
June 26, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by pickerdude51 Made for people with rubber arms
Great jacket except for its Fatal Flaw ... Bean's best coats incorporate both stretch and velcro at the wrist cuff .. this jacket only has velcro, no stretch ... and the sleeves come down to the last knuckle on my fingers when the wrist is not cinched tight ... I am a standard male large, 5' 11", 190 #, 16 neck, and 34 sleeve length ... but these sleeves would fit someone with a 38" sleeve length easily .. so unless you cinch the velcro down tight at the wrist after putting the jacket on, the sleeve will slip over your hand to the ends of your fingers ... but because there is no stretch in the sleeve wrist, the only way to take the jacket off is to un-do the velcro again to get if off over your hand ... so it's tighten the velcro when you put it on and loosen the velcro to get it off ... life is too short to deal with this just to take a jacket on and off ... doesn't anyone at Bean actually field test this stuff for complete and thoughtful design before trying to sell it?? ... otherwise, it appears to be a marvelous jacket, although I never got around to wearing it outside in weather.
June 13, 2013